GIVING

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APC CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Saturday, June 4 – Men’s Breakfast at APC  9:00-11:00 – RSVP to office@apcparamus.com.

Sunday, June 5 – Confirmation Sunday and Communion and Aram Bashian Appreciation. Lite luncheon during coffee hour.

Sunday, June 12 – Children’s Sunday

Sunday, June 19 – Father’s Day – Graduation Sunday.

June 23-26 – AEUNA/AEYF Biennial Conference – Philadelphia, PA – register @ www.aeuna.org.

July 25-29 – Vacation Bible School – click here to register

CURRENT CHURCH SCHEDULE
SUNDAYS:
  • Sunday Morning Worship Service In-person and on APC YouTube channel. 
    11:00 EST
    Click this link: APC YouTube Channel to access it. Or, search “Armenian Presbyterian Church” on YouTube. On Mondays, the Sunday Morning Worship Service will be available to view on our site on the Worship Service page. Also, the synopsis of the Armenian sermon will be available.
  • Sunday School- PLEASE NOTE:  Sunday School is In-Person
    Weekly  Sunday Mornings at  11:00 am EST   Please register your children on this link.
    To be added to the Sunday School email list please contact Liz Aynilian at:  eaynilian@apcparamus.com
  • Youth Group
    Note new time: Sunday nights: 6:00pm-7:00pm EST 
    For in-person schedule, click here. For more information, contact Aram at: abashian@apcparamus.com
TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS::
THURSDAYS:
  • Agape Women’s Bible Study with Ani Naljian
    Thursday mornings: 10:00am EST Via Zoom  Studying Sermon on the Mount – Jen Wilkin. Next Lesson is on Thursday, March 10, 2022.  Email Ani Naljian at batchig6@gmail.com if you would like to join this group and be blessed.
Please note: APC English-language Bible Study, hosted by Badveli Joe in person at APC – Schedule to be announced.

Welcome! We are an Armenian Presbyterian Church, with both an ethnic Armenian Evangelical history stretching back to the mid 1800’s and a Presbyterian Church, following the faith of the missionaries who evangelized our forefathers back in Asia Minor in the 19th century.

We love our Armenian heritage and we reflect it through our worship services, Bible Studies, fellowship hours, and participation in the greater Armenian community of the Tri-State New York-New Jersey-Connecticut area.

Most of all, we are a community of Christians: believers, followers, and lovers of Jesus Christ, who has saved us, loved us, and called us to be light and truth-bearers to both the Armenian and non-Armenian community in our area.

We are called to learn the Truth and Power of the Gospel of Jesus and to bear witness to it in our daily lives as a church both in word and deed. We invite you to join us!